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(87) In his first attempt, as preserved in the rough copy, Bellenden misses the secondary sense of lapis, lapidem, that is 'milestone', and translates the phrase as a place name: 'The ennimess [...] come to ane place namyt be thrid stane in the gabyne [w]ay'.
Elsewhere on the bill for the show, which takes place at Coventry Airport, are The X Factor finalists Rough Copy and Britain's Got Talent favourites Old Men Grooving.
*Damage will be supported in Newcastle by X Factor 2013 contestants Rough Copy. Tickets are still available from the box office and online from ticketweb.
X Factor contestants Jack Walton and Rough Copy joined Britain's Got Talent's Gabz and Olympic medallist Sarah Stevenson to highlight the work of young fundraisers at the ceremony.
This time last year, the likes of Kingsland Road, Rough Copy and eventual winner Sam Bailey were about to embark on a 10-week trial by TV as they aimed to win over the public, so it'll be intriguing to see how the latest 12 cope with life in the spotlight.
Big Reunion stars Damage as well as Rough Copy, Tich, The Parades and Hollywood Ending also entertained the masses, as did Only Men Aloud, Connie Fisher and another former X Factor contestant Lucie Jones and 57 Chevy.
She will headline alongside British boyband Union J and Big Reunion stars Damage as well as Rough Copy, Tich, The Parades and Hollywood Ending.
Kazeem Ajobe from band Rough Copy had also past conflicts with authorities but was allowed to compete.
The other morning he took a selfie of himself eating a kebab for his breakfast (vile boy) and out comes his mobile phone once again when we have guests in the studio, like X Factor boy band Rough Copy (below).
X FACTOR boyband Rough Copy chatting to fans outside the Radio City tower ?